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field not afraid to go across the middle. strong hands looking to make the tough catches. holding it a little bit too much to turn around to make a play on the ball. >> brady: as his teammate said, he's a dog. he meant that in the very best way. >> joe: a lot of times people think that they don't have that sort of player. he's been a tough set there. he's kind of that for the arizona state offense. at least at the wide receiver position. >> joe: white drills one outside.
coverage. call it 3rd-1. confidence building drive here for brady white. maybe the guy now. really the last two drives. >> brady: the hard part you don't know what the situation will be with manny wilkins going forward. >> joe: reaches for the goal line, and for back-to-back touchdown drives for arizona state, gaining some momentum heading into next week. >> brady: they show up once again in the fourth quarter. the hot their most production so far of the game. talked about it before, nicholson came in last week for kalen ballage, a linebacker, a pullback, not exactly sure what he was going to beat, but you could tell this a lot of toughness in the young man, he's a strong runner. doesn't waste a whole lot of
he doesn't stray off course. so ralston up with a touchdown in a 41-20 game. it's too early to start diving into standings but the point is to kind of take a look and remind us of the teams that are there and remind us to take your pick right now. who's coming out of this? >> brady: who would've that colorado would be coach mac? >> joe: they were patient. rightfully so. a lot of universities sometimes don't give the coaches enough of an opportunity to really build a program. colorado is a prime example of that. you look over, clearly washington, stanford, to meet their the two best really in the pac-12 as well. i think they separated themselves from the rest. still a lot of football left to be played, as it stands right now washington is probably the
into the college football playoffs. i don't know that it's too lasting, much like stanford last year, is going to make it in this year. you look at some of the other teams, even outside of the power five, talking about houston, things like that, a lot of football left to be played, you sort of see things kind of take shape right now. heading closer to the college football playoffs. >> brady: oregon right now is in a 30-14 hole. the ball that's way over his head. right now, it's an impossible question, but it's hard to pick a team right now and say, who's really going to take over? look. when you're looking at usc, they're one of the most talented. we at five guys on that really we could've had six. no disrespect to arizona state, they've got the talent, the problem is there kaiser young.
there's number of players who are in a similar situation. as you go through their roster thing yeah, after next season they have a lot of guys who are eligible. and i think that, you said, there really talented, i think a lot of people would agree that they're the most talented. it's just a question of, does enough other way for them with two losses to fight back and win the division? >> brady: utah lost today so that was kind of the first step in >> joe: again, you're talking about some teams who also have the talent, you look at ucla, the system there. left to go to texas a&m. then a great job sec west. in a little bit of a filling out process as he tries to adapt. pastor on this team all week.
us what you're seeing today not a surprise based on what you saw this week. speak of that's exactly right. adoree' jackson may have set it to me best. he said we can only go up from her. we said good things against utah, it was the first time we were starting to really play together as a team. also said it we are at usc, we need to block up the attention. right now we need to come together as a team and that has been the message. >> joe: he's going to get the first conference win of the season against this ridiculously tough schedule. if they'll move to 2-3 while arizona state will suffer its first loss falling to 4-1. >> brady: what a performance by sam darnold. on the right track in the running game, good defense for
of play, much more aggressive tonight. offensive court nader wanted to bring more pressure. they wanted to bring more pressure. they talked about openly to the media this week. it sure was. >> joe: all usc from the start tonight. they outgained arizona state 523-3 oh three. a couple of late touchdown from arizona state to make it look much closer than it was. feeling good. >> and night for you. 23 for 33, 352 yards, you've dreamed about this moment, playing at the coliseum, does it get any better than this? speaker at the collective victory for sure. at a gorgeous looking to come back tomorrow and monday and learn from our mistakes and get better that way.
of those touchdowns but what's it like playing with them and heidi think you guys can continue to grow together? >> the 26 is a great player. we've got great guys around him as well, and it's easy to spread the ball around and get different guys involved. when you can do that it makes it that much more valuable. speak of this season didn't start the way you wanted at usc, what can you do, what can the team due to collectively change it around? >> we just got to build on the swing and take it week by week and do it that way. >> thinks we're time. congrats. >> joe: congratulations, you're right, jenny, took it grew up dreaming of playing here. getting himself a 41-20 win and his debut at the coliseum, well
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tonight's big story - one person is dead after two people are shot, and one person is stabbed with a sword! rachelle baillon with more from milwaukee's south side. "police tape still roped off the street and police were still on scene here at 25th and becher, hours after a double shooting." police tell us that several people were involved in a here around 4-40 saturday afternoon. during that dispute, a 21-year-old man was stabbed with a sword and two 18- year-old men were shot. one of those 18 year olds has died. the other 18 year old and the 21 year old were taken to an area hospital with non fatal injuries. there has been a crowd congregating along the perimeter of the police tape this evening. some of those people have been visibly grieving; they told us they are family members of at least one
they declined to speak with us. a neighbor who also declined to go on camera with us did say she heard gunshots in the residence this afternoon and saw one of the men step out onto the porch while bleeding. she also says the people involved have a history of violent disputes and have lived in the home about a year. "at this point we don't know what led to the incident and police are of course continuing to investigate. reporting at 25th and becher, rachelle baillon fox6 news." now to our big story - a milwaukee family is grieving after a 4- year-ol home near 15th and north. fox 6's ashley sears spoke with the heartbroken family. one day after tragedy-- rain falls on small memorial near 15th and north-- the night before-- 33:31 oh my god. pray for us. it was tears that fell in this
little boy loved his mother. a 4-year-old boy was shot and killed inside this home just before 6 friday night. family says the boy's name was jordan. police say the boy was struck by a bullet fired from within the home. it's unclear who fired the weapon. police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the shooting. 33:07 we dont know exactly what happened to jordan. the boy's aunt speaks through tears--devastated by what took place. 33:50 we dont need no judgment from people. on my sister because she took great care of her kids...both of them. family gathered outside of the home late friday night. nats: 26:02 as we forgive those that trespass against us. standing together in prayer-- nats: 26:21 amen promising to comfort a mother--who has lost her little boy. and trying to find peace as a family at a time when it seems impossible. 34:18 jordan loved his mother. he loved his mother. so, do not judge, pray.
police have not said whether anyone is in custody. the investigation into the circumstances surrounding the shooting is on-going. live in the newsroom, ashley sears fox 6 news. ben thanks ash the milwaukee man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend in glendale appears in court today. 21-year-old pierre gardiner is charged with first degree reckless homicide in connection to the death of one quick look at our camera. on monday-- hammond was shot twice in the parking lot of the orthopedic hospital, where she worked. her mother says she left gardiner earlier in september due to domestic violence. if convicted-- gardiner faces up to 60 years in prison. police investigating an odd crime near 26th and clybourn. they say a man came out of a nearby alley and sprayed a car with bullets. police say the woman who owns the car is in an ongoing dispute
parked and unoccupied at the time and no one was injured. the investigation is ongoing. drivers, take note: starting today, drop the cell phone while you're behind the wheel, or face a fine. that rule's now in effect for construction work zones across the state. when driving past the orange cones-- you can't text, talk, navigate, or anything else while behind the wheel. if you're caught-- the first offense is a 40 dollar fine. state troopers say they just want to ge new rule. "distracted driving is probably the biggest issue we have that causes crashes. speed is a factor but speed in itself really doesn't cause a crash, it's the person not paying attention." while you may not be able to pick up your phone in construction zones-- hands-free bluetooth devices are okay. another major ramp is closed for the next six of seven months. as part of the zoo interchange
southbound to interstate 94 will closes saturday morning. it will reopen sometime in late spring 2017. the department of transportation recommends drivers take i-41 south to bluemound road east to 84th street south to i-94 east. if you're interested in learning more about those alternates, you can log onto our website--fox6now.co m. deadly crashes and mangled wrecks...motorists have their fair share law enforcement hoping to make an impact with young drivers today-- by heading to school fox6s derica williams has the story. handing out hot dogs with a smile... nats the wisconsin state patrol and milwaukee police are grilling at washington high school, while also serving a message. we want to bring about an education let them know driving
with that comes great responsibility. everytime you get behind the wheel or in the car, it's important to understand the risks of driving and ways to stay safe. saturdays collaboration with law enforcement, milwaukee public schools, triple a and childrens hospital wisconsin was an effort to reach out to the youth . we figured this was a good way to how we're humans just like the rest of them we are here part of the community and we care enough to be he them and hopefully relate to them about the issues going on i the community as well as traffic safety t state patrol capt. tony burrell says last year there were 81 deaths from traffic crashes in milwaukee county and many of those deaths could have been prevented. with simulations and presentations, the hope is to reduce the number of deaths and injuries. weve got a bicycle rodeo here a roller skate wreck. we've got
be doing a seatbelt challenge for teenagers an unorthodox way of educating, that has potential to work. its something different i think people will listen more you should be more safe than sorry in milwaukee derica williams f6n. the wet conditions on the road today led to numerous crashes this morning. the milwaukee county sheriff's office tweeted out this after 5 crashes took place at the mitchell office is asking everyone to be cautious when driving on slippery roads. the mitchell interchange was the scene of another wreck yesterday when a jack knifed semi truck spilled its cargo-- 48 thousand pounds of stone-- across the interstate. we could soon see a break from all this rain. our weather expert stephanie barichello is here to tell us when we'll see the
this evening and overnight. the temperature will drop into the middle 50s. a few sprinkles are possible early tomorrow in spots otherwise expect another mostly cloudy day with highs in the middle 60s. a mix of clouds and sunshine expected monday into tuesday with temperatures returning into the 70s. a brief taste of middle 70s wednesday then rain moves in and cools us back into the 60s. tonight: scattered showers. low: 56 dewpoint: 56 wind:n possible then mostly cloudy. high: 65 dewpoint: 55 wind: nw-ne 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 53 high: 67 dewpoint: 54
it's officially october. the stores are full of halloween candy. but it also marks something important. this is breast cancer awareness month. the last 5 years-- julie collins shows you how one group has marked the occasion in a big way, the v100.7 sista strut kicked off despite the rain... cancer does not take a break so thats why its important to us to shine or whatever to be apart of this because we have to get the word out there.' and todays message is womens health - more specifically breast cancer awarenes. so v100.7 invited everyone to estabrook park for a 2-mile strut - uniting the community and raising awareness about breast cancer and early detection. 'i wanted to be so much apart of it, it means so much to me and my heart and i wanted to be able to tell women my testimony that early detection made a big
to register you just show up by yourself or as a team.' like team janette - 'janette my auntie, she passed.' demeatrious and his family are walking in memory of their loved one, janette. 'because we all struggled together through her illness. it was painful and we just felt like binding together and coming out helps us to deal with it and cope with it.' the event, hosted by fox6s very own mary stoker smith, is geared towards african american women. studies show they are more likely to get breast cancer at a younger age and have a death rate from breast cancer twice that of caucasian women of the same age. assist with free clinical breast exams. 'what we try to do is try to help women understand their normal character of their breast and give them instruction on how to exam their breast on a regular basis.' hundreds of participants enjoyed a warm up and entertainment as they strutted towards a cancer free world. at estabrook park - julie collins. fox 6 news. walgreens was also at the event offering free flu shots.
shooting an unarmed black man. yesterday-- police released the video of police shooting alfred olongo tuesday-- after he held a vaping pen up in a shooting stance. the rally ended after alongo's dad called for the polcie chie'f resignation. a 6-year-old boy critically wounded in a school shooting in south carolina has died. jacob hall was one of three people shot at townville elementary school wednesday. authorities say a 14-year old boy killed his father before he drove to as a juvenile with murder and three counts of attempted murder. federal investigators says there were no problems with signals at a new jersey train station where a commuter train crashed, killing one woman and injuring more than a hundred others. the national transportation safety board says the signals leading to the terminal appear to work normally. however-- the complete study can't be completed yet.
more than 8000 people are living with hiv and aids in wisconsin. half of that number lives here in milwaukee. this morning marked the 27th annual aids walk wisconsin. broadway and tv star taye diggs in town for the event. "unfortunately, this is a situation where it's not as trendy as perhaps other diseases are, so people need to be reminded this is still an epidemic that needs to be dealt with. day of awareness. more than 8000 people are living with hiv and aids in wisconsin..half of that number lives here in milwaukee. this morning marked the 27th annual aids walk wisconsin—th e largest fundraising event for aids resources in the state. fox6s jonathon gregg shows us a day of awareness. a little rain never hurt anyone.. 'it doesnt matter what you look like you just come out and have fun.' but ignoring a deadly disease, is exactly that. 'absolutely, its important to remember hiv remains a serious public health threat for all of us. 10s of thousands of people in our state are at
milwaukee has the largest population of residents living with hiv and aids in the state saturdays aids walk brings thousands of people to milwaukees lake front each year. 'throughout its history raised tens of millions of dollars to support the work that we do .' a day of awareness and support kicked off with running in the rain. 'i like running for a great cause like aids.' the run and walk is hosted by the aids resource center of wisconsin.. 'raising dollars and raising awareness though aids walk wisconsin is vital if achieve a world without aids.' money raised during the aids walk helps residents in the entire state. "make sure that everyone living with hiv has the access to the healthcare and medicine they need to live a long healthy life. and hopefully help prevent new hiv infections as well." cassie mrotek is a first-time volunteer...cheering on the athletes.. mrotek says whether ..walk or run..by supporting the aids cause moves the state forward. 'i just think its very good to do and whatever milwaukee has to do to
milwaukee, jonathon gregg fox6 news. and the numbers are in. today's walk and run raised more than 377-thousand dollars for aids prevention and treatment. that money helps arc locations throughout wisconsin. the lions club celebrates its one hundred year anniversary by finding new ways to help others. they made their last stop of their 20 state tour at the oak creek library this afternoon-- giving free vision and di there was also a stop in kenosha. at both locations-- the lions club's international president met with milwaukee-area volunteers-- working to determine the most critical way the company can continue to serve others. you can help others - by going through your closets! fox 6 is collecting coats for kids... slightly used winter coats in all sizes - kids and adults - can be donated at any of our sponsor locations. or - you could hold a coat drive of your own! for more details - simply head
partly sunny. am low: 55 high: 71 dewpoint: 55 wind: se 5-15 mph wednesday:partly sunny with rain in the afternoon. am low: 59 high: 74 dewpoint: 60 wind: se 5 thursday: mostly cloudy with rain likely. am low: 59 high: 66 dewpoint: 57 wind: w 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with rain likely. am low: 51
mph showers will continue this evening and overnight. the temperature will drop into the middle 50s. a few sprinkles are possible early tomorrow in spots otherwise expect another mostly cloudy day with highs in the middle 60s. a mix of clouds and sunshine expected monday into tuesday with temperatures returning t 70s. a brief taste of middle 70s wednesday then rain moves in and cools us back into the 60s. tonight: scattered showers. low: 56 dewpoint: 56 wind: ne 2-4 mph sunday: an early shower possible then mostly cloudy. high: 65 dewpoint: 55 wind: nw-ne 5-10 mph monday: partly sunny. am low: 53 high: 67 dewpoint: 54 wind: n-e 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny. am low: 55 high: 71 dewpoint: 55 wind: se 5-15 mph wednesday:partly sunny with rain in the afternoon. am low: 59 high: 74 dewpoint: 60 wind: se 5-15 mph thursday: mostly cloudy with rain likely. am low: 59 high: 66 dewpoint: 57 wind: w 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with